Exclusive video taken from Youtube of Supreme’s pinball machine!
How was Supreme’s pinball machine founded?
As you well know, and if not we are going to reveal it to you ourselves, there is an internet website called www.supremenewyork.com. It is no coincidence: it is a leading store in the sale of all kinds of brand clothing, accessories of all kinds and skateboards. Who had the majestic idea of founding it was, of course, Stern Pinball, in May 2018
The model stands out for its minimalism: in the scoreboard area, the sides are white, while the part where the scoreboard and the two stereo speakers are, around it, is tinted Red. Vertically and with the letters tilted to the right (imagine that the P has the upper part looking to the right and the lower part to the left), well, just like that
You get to see the word Supreme cut off: SUP On the sides of the cabinet, both sides, there is a small outline that stages the logo of the clothing brand. The cut word Supreme follows its course on the field of play, where the rest of the word can be seen: REME. In the upper left area, a small Supreme sign appears
Bonus 1x, 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x, 10x, 20x, 30x, 40x and a question mark can be obtained, where the bonus is chosen at random. The light that appears in the area on the left, just above the playing field, lights up when the multi-ball mode works
Now, how did you come up with the idea for a clothing brand to represent a pinball machine? The first thing, that its design is part of George Gomez, the programming was provided by Dean Grover and the sound Jerry Thompson
With the rebound in sales that Supreme suffered in the last quarter of 2018, Stern saw it as a market opportunity, and a way to differentiate itself, since no one had modeled a range of pinball machines under a brand of clothes
However, this was far from what Stern did once its production was launched: He did it with the label “private label” and released it as a Limited Edition, in which so only 100 units were sold. Stern agreed with Supreme that they not appear, since all the design was done by Supreme
Stern did not see this as logical, rather unfair, so he decided to hide his name. Other theories suggest that he could not buy the rights, and a few days after the launch, the machine was 100% owned by Supreme
It was sold to customers in Europe and America, just on May 24, 2018, and as the announcement of its launch was scheduled days ago, that same day the Supreme range of pinball machines ran out of stock, in just seconds! Supreme was the one who sold it, not Stern. Let’s just say Stern was the one who came up with the idea
The 7 Features Supreme’s pinball machine
– 2 flippers
– 3 pop type bumpers
– 2 slingshots
– 1 drop target from 3 banks
– 2 ramps
– 1 spinning target
– Multi-balls up to 4
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Can I find my Supreme pinball machine for sale today?
Very complicated. We are sorry to tell you this. It was sold as a Limited Edition, as you know, and was released relatively recently
We have been in charge of monitoring the network thoroughly, and we do not have any type of data regarding whether any particular vendor
Not on Ebay, not on elitehomegamerooms.com, not on vintagearcade.net, not on thepinballcompany.com… A disgrace! Just in case, we have put a link that will take you to the store where people once used to buy their Supreme pinball machine
You just have to wait and see if someone sells it to the market in the next few years, or puts it in some kind of auction, but yes, surely to buy it twice as expensive, around 20 thousand dollars or more< /p>
PS: It was sold to three markets, in the United States, the United Kingdom and Europe, with the following prices: 9,400 dollars, 8,600 pounds sterling and 9,600 euros